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What you should know about Neve Tzedek

Founded as the first district in Tel Aviv outside the ancient port of Jaffa, Neve Tzedek set the foundation for the world-class financial and cultural hub we know today, while still retaining its warm, village-like character. Just southwest of hotspot Rothschild Boulevard, Neve Tzedek offers a quieter slice of life closer to the beautiful Mediterranean coast. And with buildings inspired by the Art Nouveau and Bauhaus movements, and many artists and writers active here throughout the 20th century, this district offers cultural gems of its own.

Hotels in Neve Tzedek

All travelers will find their perfect Neve Tzedek hotel, ranging from luxury 4-star boutiques to more simple vacation apartments, both in the district and on its outskirts. Stay in a charmingly decorated en-suite room at Trieste Boutique Concept Suites, or try the equally fancy Nina Suites Hotel and Café which, as its name suggests, has a lovely Parisian coffee house downstairs where patrons can relax. Visitors can also enjoy privacy in their own aparthotel—TLV Flats offers 3-star Neve Tzedek accommodation in the midst of the action. And Dan Panorama Tel Aviv near the beach is a luxury option with spectacular sea views.

Things to see in Neve Tzedek

The district itself is a spectacle to enjoy—stroll down its walkways arched with bright flowers and greenery, and gaze around at the pleasant, cream-colored buildings with a cozy yet contemporary feel. HaTachana market to the north continues this welcoming atmosphere. A former train station, the site has been renovated to become a lively tourist spot with cafes, bookshops, children’s activities, and a railway museum, retaining all of its old-style charm. And of the many captivating galleries in Neve Tzedek, one particular favorite is the Nachum Gutman Museum. The renowned Israeli artist loved Tel Aviv, and his works reflect this. These fascinating works portray the city through its people and surroundings, housed in an equally impressive and colorful structure. Visitors interested in the military should definitely visit the Israel Defense Forces History Museum, with a squadron of monumental tanks grouped outside to impress.

Good for families

With so many sites to suit all tastes in a beautiful, laid-back location, start off a great family vacation in Tel Aviv with a hotel in Neve Tzedek. Take the kids to HaTachana market to enjoy the stalls and activities, and admire the local artwork, or walk the few steps over to the coast for a fun day at the beach. The picturesque streets are also perfect for romantic getaways. Together, you can stop for a relaxing cup of coffee at one of Neve Tzedek’s many lovely cafés, with blossoms hanging just overhead, and stay in for a dinner date at a luxury Neve Tzedek hotel.

How to get to Neve Tzedek

To reach the district, first fly in to Ben Gurion Airport to the southeast of Tel Aviv. Then, consider taking a 25-minute cab ride, or riding the train from the airport to Nahariyya station, where you can take bus 83 in the direction of Jaffa. Although the older part of town has no bus routes running through it, buses run regularly along Derech Jaffa to the south, and also along Prof. Yehezkel Kaufmann Street running parallel to the coast. And Moniyot sherut, Israel’s shared taxi system, is another option for convenient travel in Neve Tzedek at around the same price as buses.